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제목 Semantic Taxonomies and Tasi ‘Again’ in Korean
저자 Juwon Lee
권 / 호 25권 / 4호
출처
논문게재일 2017. 12. 31.
초록(국문) Lee, Juwon. (2017). Semantic taxonomies and tasiagain in Korean. The Linguistic Association of Korea Journal, 25(4). 59-81. This article presents a new type of repetitive reading of the Korean adverb tasi 'again', and shows that the previous lexical or structural accounts of again cannot explain the new readings. As a solution to this problem, I propose two lexical entries of tasi 'again', the hypernymic tasi and the antonymic tasi, and argue that both entries can derive the repetitive readings (including the new readings) and restitutive readings, respectively. This account of the semantic phenomena shows an interaction between a semantic taxonomy and the lexical meaning of the adverb in Korean. Finally, I briefly discuss some similar data in English which suggest that a semantic taxonomy-based analysis is also needed for again in this language.
초록(영문)


Lee, Juwon. (2017). Semantic taxonomies and tasi again in Korean. The Linguistic Association of Korea Journal, 25(4). 59-81. This article presents a new type of repetitive reading of the Korean adverb tasi 'again', and shows that the previous lexical or structural accounts of again cannot explain the new readings. As a solution to this problem, I propose two lexical entries of tasi 'again', the hypernymic tasi and the antonymic tasi, and argue that both entries can derive the repetitive readings (including the new readings) and restitutive readings, respectively. This account of the semantic phenomena shows an interaction between a semantic taxonomy and the lexical meaning of the adverb in Korean. Finally, I briefly discuss some similar data in English which suggest that a semantic taxonomy-based analysis is also needed for again in this language.


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